Objective: The purpose of this study was to check how a six-week yoga intervention affected college students' stress perception.
Methods: College students took part in a six-week trial programme that included a 45-minute yoga lesson taught by LNIPE students four days a week. Students completed a pre- and post-intervention questionnaire to assess stress levels. The study's design was based on before and post- tests, and data was gathered using SS-LVNS.
Results: The research included twenty students ranging in age from twenty to thirty years. Thirteen of the participants were female, while six were male. 20 BPED students from LNIPE University, Gwalior, were chosen randomly as subjects for the study. Students' stress levels dropped dramatically. There were substantial changes in data from pre- to post-intervention on SS-LVNS questionnaire, with no students reporting "high" stress on the post-intervention questionnaire.
Conclusion: After completing a six-week yoga programme, students reported lower stress levels. According to the findings, as little as four times a week of yoga practise may lower stress in college students. Administrators should explore including yoga as nonpharmacologic stress reduction approaches and also into the curriculum to encourage student self-care.